Boulder County has released a survey to learn how the Marshall Fire is impacting residents’ regular means of transportation.
The survey can be completed in English at surveymonkey.com/r/MarshallFireTransportationNeeds, and in Spanish at surveymonkey.com/r/necesidadesdetransporteincendioMarshall.
The survey will be open through March 31.
Many community members affected by the Marshall Fire may have experienced major impacts to their usual transportation and commuting resources such as the loss of vehicles, bicycles, bus passes and carpool arrangements, according to a news release from Boulder County.
Survey responses will help Boulder County and its partners understand what resources, advising and incentives may be needed based on where people have found temporary or permanent housing after the fire, the release said. It was created by Boulder County’s Community Planning & Permitting Department and the Office of Sustainability, Climate Action & Resilience.
Transportation resources are available for community members impacted by the fire and can be found on the Marshall Fire-Related Transportation and Transit Resources page at bouldercounty.org/transportation/multimodal/marshall-fire-transit/.